Seattle Mariners Logo

Primary Logo (1993-Pres)

What is the Seattle Mariners Logo?

The Seattle Mariners logo is a silver and northwest green (teal) nautical rose on a white baseball with red stitching. This is placed within a navy blue and white circle, trimmed in northwest green and silver, and the team name circling above and below in white. This was the first major identity change in the Mariners history, first introduced for their 17th season in 1993.


Major League Baseball

Unveiled on Friday, September 18, 1992
First worn Tuesday, April 6, 1993

Notable Players of this era:

Ichiro Suzuki, Edgar Martinez, Ken Griffey Jr., Alex Rodriguez, Adrian Beltre, John Olerud, Felix Hernandez, Jamie Moyer, Randy Johnson, Rickey Henderson, Edwin Encarnacion, Goose Gossage, Dennis Martinez

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After nearly 20 years of blue and yellow the Seattle Mariners went a drastically different route for the 1993 season unveiling the new logo and colour scheme on September 18, 1992. The new uniforms weren\'t unveiled until just a few weeks before spring training, on February 3, 1993.

\"Just like the new ownership group, the Mariners new logo and colours are indigenous to the Great Pacific Northwest\" -- John Ellis, Seattle Mariners CEO at the unveiling of this logo, September 18, 1992



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